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|dw:1326860063150:dw|

how did you do it?

you divide 20/4=5

oh ok, thanks

Then simply subtract the exponents 5-2=3

Anytime

can you help me on two more?

sure I can practice got a midterm

this question can help me :D

ok then
c^3 d^2/c^2 d^5

|dw:1326860302541:dw| if I am right

wouldn't it be c^3 1/d^3?

your subtracting 2-5

yes but when you take the reciprocal it would be 1/d^3?

c/d^3

thank you you're the right one!

forgot about the rule of reciprocal

its ok

one more?

sure I guess

(x^4)^2/(x^3)^5

1/x^7

how did you do it?

what did they tell you in school in trying too solve these types of problems?

i dont know thats why im telling you. i wasn't at school that day.

fine

good job :D

Take it away sasogeek ;D the question is (x^4)^2/(x^3)^5 explain how I got my answer

ummm looks quite like an ok quesiton let's see how this goes :) I'm going to the board so brb ;)

the problem is I just don't how to explain it ?

I tend to confused people

it was the last question (x^4)^2/(x^3)^5

ohhh hmmm ok lemme try that too, my bad

its alright? :D

well explain ;D

:) glad i could help :)